Responsible education

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Beyond the Bottom Line

Integrating the UN Global Compact into Business and Management Practice

The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, with a major influence on business practice. This book is the first to examine head-on the challenges that businesses face in living up to the UNGC’s Ten Principles in both their overall strategy, and day-to-day practice. 

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The Future MBA

100 Ideas for Making Sustainability the Business of Business Education

A handy toolkit for all stakeholders within a business school to embed sustainability across the organization. It inspires new thinking about the role business schools play in embedding sustainability.

Educating for Responsible Management

Putting Theory into Practice

Edited by Roz Sunley and Jennifer Leigh

The book provides ideas and experience on how to prepare the learning environment, students, faculty and teaching resources for responsible management. 

Responsible Management Education and the Challenge of Poverty

A Teaching Perspective

An invaluable guide for management educators who want to inspire a generation of leaders to tackle global poverty challenges, this book showcases innovative teaching, module development and programme designs that integrate the issue of poverty into global business management courses.

Integrating Gender Equality into Business and Management Education

Lessons Learned and Challenges Remaining

This volume addresses the need to integrate gender equality into business and management education and provides examples of leading initiatives from various disciplinary and global perspectives. It is designed to help faculty integrate the topic into teaching and research.

Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME

UK & Ireland Edition

Following the two previous volumes of the Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME, the PRME UK and Ireland Chapter have compiled this volume which collects the experiences of some of the key PRME signatories in the UK and Ireland in implementing the Principles.

The Business Student's Guide to Sustainable Management

Principles and Practice

Edited by Petra Molthan-Hill

This textbook is a comprehensive business student’s guide to sustainable management. Aimed at undergraduates, this is the first book to offer a full introduction to sustainable management from a business perspective. Covers subjects such as: sustainable marketing; accounting and reporting; economics; sustainable operations management.

Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME

Second Edition: Learning to Go Beyond

By PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education)

27 case stories from universities and business schools on incorporating sustainability into management education curricula. They underscore the important changes already taking place, and the role of the UN Global Compact sponsored initiative Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) in effecting such change.

Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME

Placing Sustainability at the Heart of Management Education

By PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education)

This Guide answers the most frequently asked questions concerning the implementation of PRME (the United Nations Global Compact-sponsored initiative Principles for Responsible Management Education) by highlighting real-world examples from the most engaged signatories – 63 case stories from 47 institutions from around the world.

Designing Management Education

A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 39)

The link between management education and the development of business leaders with socially responsible mind-sets and values is reaching a important turning point. We are seeing an increased attention to research and education innovation to prepare tomorrow’s leaders with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to act and lead responsibly.